Under Australia's universal visa system, all visitors to Australia must have a valid visa to travel to and enter Australia (other than New Zealand and Norfolk Island passport holders, who will normally be issued a visa on arrival in Australia unless there are character or health concerns). There are many visa options available to people wishing to visit Australia. The appropriate visa option will depend, amongst other things, on the person's purpose for visiting Australia.
Visas for specific purposes
For guidance on the visa options that maybe most suitable to conference participants, please see Business Visitor Visa Information.NB: Visa applicants must demonstrate that they meet all the legislative requirements for an Australian visa. It is strongly recommended that visa applications are lodged well in advance of a participant's intended date of travel (6-8weeks before).
For background information in relation to visas for people to come to Australia for a business-related visa, please see Business Visitor Visa options
Health and character requirements
All visa applicants will be required to meet certain character and health requirements as part of their visa application process. These requirements exist to uphold the safety and security of the Australian community. The following documents provide further information on these requirements.
Visa application letterPlease register for AsiaCCS 2009 first, then the appropriate letter can be sent to you. If you require a letter of invitation if you are invited by the conference organiser (for example, invited speakers), or confirmation of registration if you are a conference participant (for example, attendees presenting an accepted paper), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
- Country of Passport
- Passport Number
- Passport Expiry Date
- Current Country of Residence
- Date of Birth
- Last Name (as it appears in Passport)
- First and Middle Names (in full)